Breanna Kimbrough

6th Grade ELA Teacher

662.892.6800

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To my students, parents, guardians, grandparents, etc., my name is Ms. Breanna Kimbrough. I will be either your's or your child's new 6th grade ELA teacher. Despite all of the constant changes and new procedures that are to be faced, I am certain that we will have the best year.

Parents, guardians, and grandparents, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me. My e-mail address is the following: breanna.kimbrough@dcsms.org.

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About the Teacher

Education and Experience:

I graduated Lewisburg High School in 2014. After high school, I attended Northwest Community College for two and a half years and obtained my Associate's Degree. After NWCC, I transferred to the University of Southern Mississippi. I spent two and a half years at USM and I student taught at Center Hill Elementary School in the fall of 2019. In December of 2019, I obtained my Bachelor's in Elementary Education and my State of Mississippi Teaching License. In January of 2020, I was offered and accepted a position as a Spotlight Teacher, traveling between Center Hill Elementary and Olive Branch Intermediate. As my first semester was cut short, I decided that spotlight was not for me and wanted to be placed back into a general education classroom. I then accepted a job offering from Mr. Hood in the summer of 2020 to be a 6th Grade English Teacher.

 

Personal Info:

While attending Lewisburg High School, it did not take much thought in deciding that I had wanted to become a teacher. Soon after graduating high school, I started on my path that would soon lead me to where I am today. All throughout college, I worked full time jobs. In April of 2017, I was offered and accepted a job position at Center Hill Elementary School as a second grade teacher assistant. Through almost three years as a TA, not only did I learn important lessons as a future teacher, but as a person in general. I worked along side some of the best men and women at CHES, all offering me any advice that they could give. I soon learned that my calling as a teacher lead me in the direction of teaching middle school students. As my passion has grown over the years, I strive to be the best I can be for not only my students, but myself. I look forward to my second year as a middle school teacher!

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